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      Delo says two tasks await Ukraine’s next government
      Jul23

      Delo says two tasks await Ukraine’s next government

      The newspaper Delo says in its commentary on Tuesday that two major tasks await the new Ukrainian leadership, which is now firmly in the hands of the Volodymyr Zelensky. His party has been so successful in the Sunday parliamentary election that it will not even need a coalition partner. …read more Source:...

      Večer sees chance for Ukraine to bridge East-West divide
      Jul22

      Večer sees chance for Ukraine to bridge East-West divide

      Commenting on the recent Ukrainian election results, the newspaper Večer says that the country is torn between East and West, with President Volodymyr Zelensky having a chance to bridge the divide. …read more Source:...

      Tomaž Mencin new ambassador to Ukraine
      Jun10

      Tomaž Mencin new ambassador to Ukraine

      Tomaž Mencin is slated to become Slovenia’s new ambassador to Ukraine, also covering Armenia, Georgia and Moldova, the Foreign Ministry said in a press release on Monday, noting President Borut Pahor signed a decree about his appointment on Friday. …read more Source:...

      New Ukrainian president faces reality check, Delo says
      Apr23

      New Ukrainian president faces reality check, Delo says

      Delo expects that Volodymyr Zelenskiy, the new president of Ukraine, will face a rapid reality check as he assumes office in a country that, despite being used to disappointments in 15 years of revolutions, voted for him believing that as an outsider he will bring change. …read more Source:...

      Delo says Ukrainian election important for international community
      Apr01

      Delo says Ukrainian election important for international community

      The number of candidates in the presidential election that was held in Ukraine yesterday shows it is very important who the president of the country is although Ukraine does not have a presidential system, the newspaper Delo says in Monday’s front-page commentary entitled Good Will Above All. …read more Source:...

      Slovenia reiterates support to Ukraine, says Crimea annexation illegal
      Mar17

      Slovenia reiterates support to Ukraine, says Crimea annexation illegal

      Slovenia has expressed renewed support for the territorial integrity of Ukraine within its internationally recognised borders as five years are passing since Russia’s annexation of Crimea. Slovenia remains committed to the policy of rejecting this “illegal annexation”, the Foreign Ministry wrote. …read more Source:...

      Pivec and Trofimtseva discuss Perutnina Ptuj
      Mar11

      Pivec and Trofimtseva discuss Perutnina Ptuj

      Agriculture Minister Aleksandra Pivec and acting Ukrainian Agriculture Minister Olga Trofimtseva discussed cooperation in Ljubljana on Monday, including the recent takeover of poultry producer Perutnina Ptuj, which they would like to serve as an example of a success story. …read more Source:...

      Pivec and Trofimtseva confident about Perutnina Ptuj future
      Mar11

      Pivec and Trofimtseva confident about Perutnina Ptuj future

      Agriculture Minister Aleksandra Pivec and acting Ukrainian Agriculture Minister Olga Trofimtseva discussed cooperation in Ljubljana on Monday and were confident the recent takeover of poultry producer Perutnina Ptuj will serve as an example of a success story. …read more Source:...

      OSCE: Cerar urges de-escalation in Azov Sea
      Dec06

      OSCE: Cerar urges de-escalation in Azov Sea

      In his address to the OSCE meeting in Milan on Thursday, Slovenia’s Foreign Minister Miro Cerar expressed concern over the escalation of tensions between Russia and Ukraine in the Azov Sea, calling for a peaceful resolution of disputes in accordance with international law and by respecting countries sovereignty and territorial integrity....

      Slovenian victims of WWI honoured in Poland, Ukraine
      May23

      Slovenian victims of WWI honoured in Poland, Ukraine

      Monuments dedicated to Slovenians who lost their lives in WWI in present-day Poland and Ukraine were unveiled in Gorlice and Lviv on Wednesday. The two monuments honour the memory of more than 30,000 Slovenians who lost their lives in the bloody battles on the Eastern Front. …read more Source:...